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Esri map gallery

Take a look at these GIS maps from around the world and see how information is being shared in colourful and unique ways.

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Hurricane Irma Story Map resource catalogue

Hurricane Irma Story Map resource catalogue

Compiled by the Esri Disaster Response Program, this Story Map collates publicly available information useful for Hurricane Irma response and mitigation activities.

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GIS for Schools – mapped in action

GIS for Schools – mapped in action

Share your GIS for Schools activity – pictures of our maps or projects, and join a network of teachers extending learning opportunities for students using Esri Australia’s GIS for Schools program.

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Tropical Cyclone Debbie – impacted land use map

Tropical Cyclone Debbie – impacted land use map

In the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie in 2017, Queensland Government scientists developed an online map to assist in the recovery of agricultural lands hit by the cyclone. The story map combined a range of data sets to give a clear view of the worst-affected crops.

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Tracking Tropical Storm Harvey in real time

Tracking Tropical Storm Harvey in real time

During disasters like TS Harvey, sharing real-time data with the population can help improve safety and awareness. This map collated all information, including live tracking, forecasts, traffic alerts and crowdsourced photos.

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Mapping Syria’s uprooted

Mapping Syria’s uprooted

View the refugee crisis through a geographic lens – and better understand the devastating global emergency that has seen the largest number of people displaced since World War II.

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The 2016 US election campaign trail

The 2016 US election campaign trail

From the Republican and Democratic national conventions all the way to election day – track the movements of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump during the final two months of the campaign.

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(Is there) Life on Mars?

(Is there) Life on Mars?

Break through Earth’s atmosphere and travel to Mars. Find out where spacecrafts have been successfully landed, and where they’ve crashed. Discover volcanoes, craters, and even flood the planet up to our sea level.

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Track 600 years of solar eclipses

Track 600 years of solar eclipses

You can now learn about all 905 solar eclipses that have (and will) take place between 1601 and 2200 using this new guide to one of the most spectacular shows on Earth

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The plight of Earth’s climate migrants

The plight of Earth’s climate migrants

A powerful and confronting story map that tracks rising sea levels in various corners of the world. See the damaging impact climate change is having on some of the planet’s most vulnerable populations.

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Earthquakes Down Under

Earthquakes Down Under

Australia’s surprising seismic history stretches back 70,000 years – from magnitude 7.0 earthquakes on the Apple Isle to coastal tremors that have shaken the east coast.

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ANZAC soldier’s journey

ANZAC soldier’s journey

Follow the story of John Henry Cartwright, who left country Victoria to fight in Gallipoli, told through digital artefacts by his descendant Professor William Cartwright AM.

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City centre transformation

City centre transformation

Follow the striking transformation of downtown Greenville, South Carolina and see how each milestone contributed to the overall development of a revitalised urban space. 

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Celebrating great trees

Celebrating great trees

Millions of majestic trees grace our planet with their beauty. This story map traces those that have gained fame as sacred or historic sites, or specimens of unusual size, shape or age.

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Story of Queensland’s borders

Story of Queensland’s borders

Earl Grey and Queen Victoria were involved in the creation of a new Australian state north of NSW. This story map shows the history of Queensland’s borders.

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New insight with Australia’s national 3D dataset

New insight with Australia’s national 3D dataset

See how Geoscape gives maps more detail and depth in 3D, creating new business and policy opportunities across the country.

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Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 the data behind the search

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 the data behind the search

Geoscience Australia mapped vast tracts of the ocean floor with unprecedented clarity using data from the first phase of the search for MH370.

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How long would it take you to drive around Australia?

How long would it take you to drive around Australia?

This Story Map tells you how long it would take to circumnavigate Australia by car. Charles Moriarty of Edinburgh University mapped his drive around Australia, and the sights along the way.

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The scandals that shook the Olympic Games

The scandals that shook the Olympic Games

In amongst the gold medals and glory, there has been iconic political statements, civil unrest, doping, bribery and boycotts. Read about the biggest scandals in Olympic history.

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Where are the bodies?

Where are the bodies?

Esri’s Halloween Cemetery Tour story map draws on GIS technology to reveal details about where some of history’s most famous – and infamous – people are buried.

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The struggle to save the elephant

The struggle to save the elephant

As wild elephant numbers continue to fall due to ivory poaching, the Wildlife Conservation Society is fighting to save the species. Find out about the problem, and how you can be part of the solution.

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20 must-visit cafes in KL

20 must-visit cafes in KL

Get the inside scoop from Kuala Lumpur locals who know their pour. This GIS story map expands on locational information to provide café pictures, overviews and links to the respective websites.

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We are living in the age of humans

We are living in the age of humans

Look at Earth’s shifting environment and how humans are at the centre of these changes. This story map breaks down current population trends and forecasts what path our planet is potentially on.

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Ebola outbreak map

Ebola outbreak map

An interactive map of the history of Ebola – from the first known case in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1976, to the ongoing crises in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and throughout the rest of the world.

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What happened to flight QZ-8501?

What happened to flight QZ-8501?

The interactive maps included in this portal provide a consolidated view of all publicly available information pertaining to the flight that was lost into the Java Sea on 28 December 2014

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Zika virus: past, present and future

Zika virus: past, present and future

With reported cases in over 20 countries, Zika virus has become one of the most significant health threats of recent times. Learn more about the disease and how to protect yourself from it.

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Where does Australia import its food from?

Where does Australia import its food from?

Increasing globalisation means our food not only comes from 'down the road', but from around the world as well. Get to know the top countries Australia sources common ingredients from. 

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Exploring Melbourne's Public Transport System

Exploring Melbourne's Public Transport System

Melbourne’s iconic trams are a symbol of the city’s mobility. Now you can take an in-depth look at the entire public transport network with a new GIS-enabled view.

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Plotting the tragedy of terrorism

Plotting the tragedy of terrorism

In 2016, terrorism has devastatingly become part of daily life. Explore this map to better understand the extent of the turmoil, the number of lives pointlessly lost and the groups claiming responsibility.

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